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Plane Crazy Saturday

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The May 18 Plane Crazy Saturday at the Mojave Air & Space Port will honor the U.S. military for Armed Forces Day. A special ceremony will be held at noon on the flightline, and veteran military aircraft and vehicles will be on hand for visitors to enjoy. Three U.S. military officers will present briefings: Lt….

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Upcoming Events – November 2013

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Nov. 3-8 – Third International Conference on Storms, Substorms, and Space Weather, Shenzhen, China Nov. 3-8 – 29th American Society for Gravitational and Space Research/5th International Symposium for Physical Sciences in Space, Orlando, Fla. Nov. 4-5 – New Particle Physics Symposium Europe-2013: Higgs Boson to LHC, Neutrinos, Cosmos and Beyond, Cambridge, United Kingdom Nov. 4-5…

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April 14 marks anniversary of Space Shuttle Columbia’s first landing

Posted April 11, 2014 by Rebecca Amber

Air Force photograph Space Shuttle Columbia lands April 14, 1981 on Rogers Dry Lake Bed at Edwards AFB. Monday marks 33 years since the first re-usable space vehicle successfully returned to Earth on the wings of an aircraft. This April, it has been 33 years since the first re-usable space vehicle successfully returned to Earth…

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Events – October 2014

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Oct. 3 – Lecture: The Use of In Situ Analytical Technology and Impactite Dating in Planetary Field Geology, Houston, Texas   Oct. 3 – Lecture: Space at 100 – The Next 50 Years in the Human and Robotic Exploration of the Solar System, Bath, United Kingdom   Oct. 5-7 – International Workshop on Double Beta…

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Mojave Airport hosts biggest Plane Crazy Saturday to date

Posted April 25, 2012 by by Rebecca Amber

Around 2,000 people put on their walking shoes and sunscreen to participate in what turned out to be the biggest Mojave Plane Crazy Saturday yet April 21. More than 200 airplanes were flown in, filling the entire main flightline, from the new airport tower down to the Scaled...

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Mental Health America presents Swingin’ Salute To Our Veterans

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Mental Health America is holding its fundraiser, Swingin’ Salute To Our Veterans, to benefit services supporting returning military personnel, veterans, and their families in the Antelope Valley. The 1940s USO-style event starts at 6 p.m., June 29 at the Larry Chimbole Cultural Center, 38350 Sierra Highway, Palmdale, Calif. Dennis Anderson, editor of the Antelope Valley…

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Upcoming events for September 2012

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Sept. 1-7 – Symposium on Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology Including Fundamental Interactions, Moorea, French Polynesia https://hepconf.physics.ucla.edu/pacific/index.html Sept. 2-7 – 11th International Conference on Substorms, Luneburg, Germany www.international-substorm-conference.com/ Sept. 2-7 – 8th Tours Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics, Black Forest, Germany www-win.gsi.de/Tours2012/Tours2012.html Sept. 2-8 – International School of Space Science: Astrophysical and Space Plasmas, L’Aquila,…

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Museum announces 2013 educational programs

Posted January 11, 2013 by Sarah Swan
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Civ-Mil celebrates 24th annual barbecue

Posted July 31, 2013 by Linda KC Reynolds

Photographs by Linda KC Reynolds On behalf of Civ-Mil, Dr. George ìBudî Reams and Civ-Mil founder Aida OíConnor, present a gift to Frances Lane (center) for generously donating her ranch to Civ-Mil for the past 24 years. The Edward Air Force Base Civilian-Military ìCiv-Milî Support Group celebrated their 24th annual barbecue at the beautiful Hacienda…

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Proud pathfinders CSULB graduates 18 engineers from the Antelope Valley program

Posted January 22, 2014 by Linda KC Reynolds

Photograph by Linda KC Reynolds Eighteen engineering students graduated from the first California State University Long Beach Antelope Valley Engineering Program Dec. 19. The school will only admit 25 electrical and 25 mechanical engineers per school year, giving students personal attention and instruction. Students who desired to work in the aerospace industry were offered jobs…

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